This week, the topic is Sakıp Sabancı Museum and the most interesting exhibitions and collections in the museum. It is one of the places that attract the most attention of travel enthusiasts in Istanbul. I am in the weeks where it is not possible to take long distances. But this does not prevent me from traveling and experiencing new places.

This week we went to the Sakıp Sabancı Museum. Those who follow me on Instagram have been exposed to my stories moment by moment and have seen where I am 😀 by the way, you can reach my Instagram profile by clicking here.

Come on, what did we do? How did we go? How long did we stay? How much were the tickets?

(Isn’t it like, you type “when is the snow holiday?” into the search engine. In response: When is it snowing? Is it going to snow? Is it a holiday? … like the clickbait news ahahah)

SSM visiting hours and fees:

At the entrances of your museum visits, you are expected to bring your vaccination card, your PCR test with a negative result at the latest 48 hours if you have not been vaccinated, or the relevant documents (according to the time considered scientifically immune) from the visitors who have had Covid-19. Otherwise, their entries are not accepted. Making a reservation from this link for the day and time intervals you will go to the museum gives priority to the exhibition entrances.

Visiting hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 20:00
It is closed on Mondays.

Ticket Fees

All admission is free on Tuesday

Full ticket single entry 50 TL

Discounted ticket single entry 35 TL

Where is Sakip Sabanci Museum?

If you are going by public transport;

You can get off at the “Çınaraltı” stop right in front of the museum with the 22/25E/40T/42T buses that go from Beşiktaş Meydan stop to Çırağan/Ortaköy.

You can reach the mansion by buying your tickets at the entrance to the museum, greeting the turtles in the tiny artificial lake on the right 🙂 after getting permission, you can go up the stairs in the greenery next door.

Exhibitions and Collections?

It brings together the works of 22 artists about Istanbul. Each one is very beautiful and worth exploring. But my favorite ones are; Vehicle, Direct Landscape, Imagination and Reality.

Painter Students of Painter Teachers from the Tanzimat to the Republic

Besides Hoca Ali Rıza, Caliph Abdülmecid Efendi, Hüseyin Zekai Pasha, Ivan Konstantinovic Ayvazovski, Şevket Dağ, Hikmet Onat, Hüseyin Avni Lifij, İbrahim Çallı, Nazmi Ziya Güran; brings together various works of artists, including Mihri (Müşfik) Hanım, one of the leading female artists.

We can feast our eyes with these works and then visit the Horse Mansion. While walking, he said, “How did people live in these houses? Is there a lot of dust in here? How do they clean?” After our poor thoughts like 😀 our tour ends when we pass the awareness of “we are visiting people’s houses officially”.

At the exit, do not go down the stairs you came from, continue on the left and go down the road. There are also a few works such as the “Sleeping Woman” sculpture.

That was our trip today 😊

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